Cancer in Large Dogs?

Answer Cancer in any dog is heartbreaking. Large-breed dogs are more susceptible to certain cancers than smaller dogs, though there is not much that can be done to prevent the cancers. Treatment includes ... Read More »

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Seizures in Large Breed Dogs?

A dog can experience a seizure such as epilepsy, a condition that causes humans and animals alike to suffer strokes or violent convulsions because of abnormal brain activity. Epilepsy is one of the... Read More »

What Are the Treatments for Hip Dysplasia in Large Dogs?

Hip dysplasia occurs when the ball and socket joint in a dog's hip doesn't fit tightly together, causing the bones to grind together and wear down over time. The ball and socket joint in a dog with... Read More »

Cancer in Old Dogs?

It may seem intrinsically unfair that your beloved canine companion, who has a short enough life span as it is, and who has never done anything but love you unconditionally, is now facing a battle ... Read More »

Causes of Cancer in Dogs?

Cancer is a "multifactorial" disease, meaning that there is not one single cause, according to the ASPCA. Diet and hereditary are two major causes of canine cancer, but some dogs develop cancer as ... Read More »